GLYCOLS

Glycols are widely used in industry because of their high boiling points, hygroscopicity, non-corrosiveness, freeze point depression, lubricating, plasticizing and solvent properties.

Gradient

Mono-Ethylene Glycol (MEG)

Purity -  99.00%

Colourless and Odourless

Colour APHA - 10 Max

Water Weight  - 0.05%

CAS - 107-21-1

Image by Adrian Infernus

Propylene Glycol (PG)

Purity -  99.00%

Colourless and Odourless

Colour APHA - 10 Max

Water Weight  - 0.05%

CAS - 57-55-6

Image by Dave Hoefler

Di-Ethylene Glycol (DEG)

Purity -  99.00%

Colourless and Odourless

Colour APHA - 10 Max

Water Weight  - 0.05%

CAS - 111-46-6

Image by Annie Spratt

Polyethylene Glycol PEG-400

Purity -  99.00%

Colourless and Odourless

Colour APHA - 10 Max

Water Weight  - 0.05%

CAS - 25322-68-3

Image by César Couto

Tri-Ethylene Glycol (TEG)

Purity -  99.00%

Colourless and Odourless

Colour APHA - 10 Max

Water Weight  - 0.05%

CAS - 112-27-6

Image by César Couto

Mixed Glycol (MEG+DEG)

Purity -  90% MEG + 10% DEG

Colourless and Odourless

Colour APHA - 10 Max

Water Weight  - 0.05%